DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF COMPLIANT CENTRIFUGAL CLUTCH
Author(s):
PRATEEK YADAV, ABHISHEK KUMAR, NITISH CHOUDHARY, SATYAM SINGH, PRATEEK GUPTA
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Abstract
A clutch is one of the most important components of any automotive machine. It is a mechanism for transmitting rotation from one shaft to another by engaging and disengaging the same. It is a part of the transmission system that transfers torque from the engine to the gear assembly. The clutch is first disengaged to allow for gear selection, then again engaged smoothly to power the vehicle so that torque can be transferred to the driving wheels. There are many advantages to centrifugal clutches in motor and engine drive applications. Centrifugal clutches enable low torque motors to be used for running loads rather than high torque motors for beginning loads. To develop effective new centrifugal clutch concepts, existing classes of centrifugal clutch concepts were reviewed and concepts were evaluated compliantly. It is composed of a rigid body since revolving joints have been replaced with flexible segments. Flexible segments can be used as energy stores and reducing revolving joints can reduce backlash and wear. In many situations, a compliant mechanism may maintain or even increase performance, and it is less costly than a traditional clutch.
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Unique Paper ID: 155041

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 12

Page(s): 1376 - 1385
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